Creating a DAX Calculated Column for Today, Yesterday and Next Working Day with Variables
Below was a question from the Power BI Community where the output was to have a calculated column in the Date Table, which would have Today for Todays date, Yesterday for Yesterdays Date, and Next Working Day (Being the following Monday) The challenge was that…
Power BI – Why creating columns in the Query Editor is better, quicker and more efficient than creating Calculated Columns.
I have been reading and helping out where I can on the Power BI Community forums. And what I often see is people trying to use the Calculated Columns in the Power BI Desktop Model. So in this blog post below I am going to explain…
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